Hi,

I am creating a MST for Seagull BarTender 9.20.2674 for windows 7 the issue am facing is that some actions type 1 are executing during self heal in limited user account which is using the regserver to register certain dlls with /admininstall type switch and hence the UAC prompt.i need to bypass the UAC.what methods are applicable?

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mayur
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Why not fix the package so that the objects are registered per-machine?
Answered 12/21/2011 by: VBScab
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Hi vbscab,

can u provide me in details how to fix the package so that the objects are registered per machine..r u telling to disable self healing or ALLUSERS=1?


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mayur
Answered 12/21/2011 by: mayur_mak
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Or possibly capture the changes made to the user's profile and deploy them with an active setup.
Answered 12/21/2011 by: jmaclaurin
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@jmaclaurin

i am done with this method already its working fine.But i need to know is their any possibility to suppress the UAC while the shortcut is launched.

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Answered 12/21/2011 by: mayur_mak
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can shim applied to suppress the UAC prompt..
Answered 12/21/2011 by: mahendraKumar
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@mahendra

using shims the UAc is still propmting...any other clues


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mayur
Answered 12/22/2011 by: mayur_mak
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Without magically teleporting in front of your packaging machine, no, I ican't tell you, since I don't know how they're currently being registered.

I can *guess* that there's a Custom Action, set to run in User Context, which calls either RegSvr32 [shudder] or "MSIExec /Y" [shudder]. Don't bother switching those to System context: condition them out so they don't run and use the advertising tables to register the objects.
Answered 12/22/2011 by: VBScab
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@Vbscab

u r definately right.a type 1 custom action is running which is calling a function in a DLL and its executing regsvr32 with a command say like C:\Program Files\....abc.exe /admininstall, C:\Program Files /install runas.hence after a lot of R&D on bypassing UAC while self helf is done with no much info.hence as u said this is the last method need to follow.


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Mayur
Answered 12/22/2011 by: mayur_mak
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